Mini Epoch - Open-world survival [Android ]

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  1. PlayLight

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    Google Play Link: Mini Epoch


    Hey guys,

    I would like to give a quick introduction to an open-world survival game I've developed for Android.

    Mini Epoch - focuses on exploration, adventure, material salvaging, crafting, building, and surviving the elements.

    FEATURES:
    • Vast island based open-world map featuring coastal, industrial, city and military locations.

    • Multiple player game profiling.

    • Full day/night cycle.

    • Currency system allowing players to obtain Mini Epoch currency.

    • Trader Camps for buying and selling salvaged items. (Traders: Consumables, Equipment, Hardware, Armory, Special Ops, Vehicles)

    • Item crafting system for crafting survival gear and base building equipment.

    • Base building system and gear storage for setting up a place to call home.

    • Loads of vehicle spawns over the entire map, or pick one up from a trader camp.

    • Keep safe with your weapon of choice, whether it be an axe, handgun, shotgun, assault rifle, machine gun or sniper rifle.

    • Community forums to keep up-to-date on the latest updates or share your Mini Epoch life with the community.

    PREVIEWS:
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    Google Play Link: Mini Epoch

    This game is a paid application. I prefer not to have ads or in-app-purchases, only pay once, with future additions and features for free.
    If you would like to see a free Demo version of Mini Epoch please let me know below.


    RECOMMENDED SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Android 5.1.1 or above and at least 2 GB memory.
    MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Android 4.4, 1 GB memory.
     

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